How to Bounce Back After Getting Laid Off

Aside from getting back on the horse and looking for a new job, what else should you do to get back on track? How do you maintain your self-confidence? Who … Continue Reading →

Call for volunteer panelist: Alumni with careers in health and medicine – help UCR’s future alumni

Want to help students looking to go into the health and medical field? We’re looking for professionals in the industries to participate in our upcoming Medical Career Conference on Saturday, October 24, 2015. The … Continue Reading →

How to succeed at work when your boss is completely MIA

It’s natural to think that the most frustrating boss is the one who stands over your shoulder every moment of a project, asking if you’ve thought of this and remembered … Continue Reading →

Personality Type & Career Success: What Do You Need To Know? [INFOGRAPHIC]

In the workplace, your personality affects how you interact with your colleagues, managers, and clients… …but new research from the infographic below — compiled by Truity, developer of the TypeFinder® … Continue Reading →

Finding the Right Career for Your Personality [Infographic]

Have you ever wondered why you are attracted to certain jobs? Ever thought about how happy you would be as an architect? Or how bored you would be as a … Continue Reading →

Help Wanted – Become an AmeriCorps VIP or CalPREP Fellow!

Want to make a difference in the community? United Way is looking to hire six additional AmeriCorps Fellows for our VIP and CalPREP programs! As an AmeriCorps Fellow, you will … Continue Reading →

A Woman’s Most Powerful Salary Negotiation Tool? Silence (probably works for guys, too)

Salary negotiations fill many people with fear, but studies show that women find them particularly challenging. “You have to remember that women are newer to the workplace,” says Katie Donovan, … Continue Reading →

4 Ways to Be More Innovative at Work (No Matter What You Do)

Innovation. It’s easy to talk about it—it’s probably one of your department’s key goals or built into your company’s mission statement—but it’s not so easy to do. It’s even harder … Continue Reading →

Lifehacker’s Career Spotlight: What I Do as a NASA Engineer

Space exploration, whether it be through telescopes watching the skies or probes sent to far away planets, is the culmination of thousands of people’s work, collaborating together to solve the … Continue Reading →

Help Wanted- San Bernardino City Unified School District

JOB TITLE: Nutrition Services Business Manager JOB SUMMARY: Serves as the manager of the business support section of the Nutrition Services department; to render advice and consultation to the director; … Continue Reading →